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Gemini Introduces the MM-4000 Audio FX Mixer

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Gemini Introduces the MM-4000 Audio FX Mixer

‘The Ultimate Cost Effective Karaoke and Club DJ Mixer’

Edison, NJ – May 12, 2008: Offering exceptional value to Karaoke and Club DJs, Gemini’s new MM-4000 is the perfect affordable rack-mount DJ FX mixer.

Especially suited for vocal manipulation and mixing, this unit comes equipped with four ¼” mic channel inputs (unbalanced), one balanced XLR master microphone input, plus a rotary control FX Selector with Dry/Wet rotary control that lets you choose between 16 high quality built-in effect choices such as room reverbs, chorus, flange and delays!

In addition to the generous mic inputs and FX, the MM-4000 has an assignable user replaceable RailGlide™ cross fader, balanced XLR master output and master, zone and record RCA outputs for the total package to satisfy all your mixing needs.

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